Author: Victoria Douglas
Active lifestyle coach, choreographer and lifestyle blogger
On Saturday I was lucky enough to attend a barista course at Nottingham’s 200 Degrees, Flying Horse Walk.
I’ve been enjoying coffee for many years and with that my palate has been evolving. I started drinking coffee in 2010 ordering Vanilla Latte’s. Speed up to 2018 I now regularly have Long Blacks. Although I love the taste of good coffee I wouldn’t claim to understand much. Other than a few basic names and the appreciation for how tricky coffee art can be.
This experience was an absolute eye opener...eye opener...
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Alex Spampinato of 200 Degrees Barista School teaches Telegraph writer Jonny Cooper (right, above) the secrets to good coffee. I’m going to give you two shots of espresso and they’re going to taste completely different,” says Alex Spampinato. “Your job is to work out why – and you’re not going to get it right.”